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The A14 will be slow going westbound on Sunday 6th June. A huge piece of electrical equipment described as 'the size of a bungalow' will travel from Ipswich docks to Burwell at no more than 12 mph. The road is likely to be closed at Newmarket where the convoy will move off the A14. No exact timings have been given.

 

Healthwatch Suffolk

are running a Let’s Talk session for family carers.  The Healthwatch Suffolk Community Development team would like to invite you to join an informal chat session about the health and social care services you use. The ongoing pandemic has meant that people have needed to access services in new ways, but has it made it easier or more difficult for you, particularly as a carer? Drop in for 10mins or join us for the hour to share your experiences.11.00 -12.00 Thursday 10th June

Click on the Zoom link below or freephone 0800 44 88 234 for more information.

Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/92531645279?pwd=dndTNytOUE0vY3NXZnY3dGpsa3VxQT09

Meeting ID: 925 3164 5279     Passcode: 609391


You will also be able to join via phone by calling 0208 080 6591. Please note that the call will be charged at your standard landline rate.

WOOLPIT AND DISTRICT MUSEUM

is reopening for the end of May Bank Holiday weekend, that is Saturday 29th, Sunday 30th and Monday 31st from 2pm to 4.30pm.

It will then be open from 2pm to 4.30pm every Saturday until the end of September.

Visits on Sundays and Bank Holidays for that period will also be possible but must be booked beforehand by emailing  museum@woolpit.org or by phoning 01359 244532.

 

There is exciting new information on the history pages of this website.

Woolpit's earliest resident has been found by archaeologists on the Old Stowmarket Road development site.

 

Campaign to stop Fly Tipping

 Do not get caught out by rogue waste disposal offers.

The SCRAP fly-tipping campaign is aimed at residents and businesses whose waste is sometimes fly-tipped by unlicensed  operators, who often offer to remove waste at a ‘bargain’ price – only to then dump it. Many of these operators advertise on social media. The campaign aims to remind people that they should only allow licensed waste carriers to take waste away for them. 

Refuse graphic  

 

 


 Photographs of Woolpit

We would like to start a village photo gallery. 

Here are a couple to get us started.

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Door with wreath

Blue door with wreath

 

 

 

 

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